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Read the July 2016 issue of Dialogue

What's important for a competency-based CPD model? Plus, we talk life post-exams with a former resident, tips for summer reading, and award & grant deadlines.

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The Directory is a searchable public resource where you'll find specialists who are Fellows of the Royal College.

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Royal College Research

Recent staff publications / grants @#RCResearch:
Tanya Horsley & Craig Campbell (co-authors): National programmes for validating physician competence and fitness for practice: a scoping review.
Authors: Tanya Horsley et al.

Jason Frank (co-author):  Teaching M&M rounds skills: enhancing and assessing patient safety competencies using the Ottawa M&M model.
Authors: Shawn Mondoux et al.

Nancy Dudek (co-author):  Feedback to Supervisors: Is Anonymity Really So Important?
Authors: Nancy Dudek et al.

Statistics 201: Understanding & Calculating Common Medical Statistics

Care to brush up on your clinical statistics? The Research Unit presents another online seminar by statistician Dr. Nick Barrowman (CHEO/University of Ottawa). Contact researchunit@royalcollege.ca for more information regarding the presentation.

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Why Fellowship matters

Royal College Fellowship is the national standard for specialist medical expertise. Because medicine keeps evolving, Royal College Fellows are always enhancing their learning and skills. Learn more about why Fellowship matters.

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